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NFL Prop Bets: Week 14 (2019)

by December 7, 2019

The end of the season is rapidly approaching and these games are becoming more and more important. With a rapidly concluding season, our opportunities make NFL Prop Bets are shrinking. So let’s end the season with a bang! This week we target players in massive showdowns and games that may get little to no screen time on Red Zone. Who should we target? Let’s head to DraftKings Sportsbook to find value in Week 14!

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Ryan Fitzpatrick – Over 249.5 Passing Yards (-112)

This week Ryan Fitzpatrick has a golden opportunity to keep the good times rolling against the New York Jets. He is coming off of 300 plus passing yards in two of his last three games and has also gone over this total in four of his last seven. One of those contests came against these very same Jets. A team that has had issues stopping opposing passers. In fact, they have allowed opposing quarterbacks to go over this total in 8 of 12 games this season. With DeVante Parker’s emergence and Mike Gesicki finally proving his worth I expect Fitzpatrick to go over this total.

Devin Singletary – Over 59.5 Rushing Yards (-112)

This one will take some guts and the Bills to keep the game close. On the surface, the Ravens look like a stout rush defense. But thanks to dominant offensive performances that have forced opposing passers to throw early and often. But when teams have stayed with the run they have been productive. Raheem Mostert went for 146 yards a week ago and the Texans went for 105 yards on the ground despite being blown out.

Singletary is capable of doing damage against this defense. He is continuing to garner the coaching staff’s faith getting 14 or more carries in four of their last five contests include 2 games of 20 or more. Expect him to see enough volume with success that he can get 60 plus rushing yards this week.

James Washington – Over 55.5 Receiving Yards (-112)

James Washington has started to emerge on a Steelers team that was in serious need of playmakers in the passing game. Shocking to some much of it has come with Devlin Hodges and not Mason Rudolph, his former teammate at Oklahoma State. Washington has gone well over this total in four of his last five games. In fact, he is averaging over 100 receiving yards in his last two contests. The Cardinals have been awful against opposing wide receivers including getting throttled by Robert Woods and the Rams a week ago. The best part about Washington is he can tally up 56 plus yards on one deep ball. Take the over with Washington.

More Rushing Yards – Ronald Jones (+126) vs Marlon Mack

This play has a few wrinkles that make me compelled to side with the Buccaneer running back. Not only is this Marlon Mack’s first game back post hand injury but he gets to face a Tampa Bay rush defense that has been incredible all season long. Now, there is some concern backing Ronald Jones a week after being benched by coach Bruce Arians for missing a blocking assignment. Arians did confirm that Jones is still the starter. I don’t expect either back to have a huge total but think Jones will do enough to outperform Mack and at plus money, I’ll gladly take my shot.

More Receiving Yards – Tyreek Hill (+101) vs Julian Edelman

The Kansas City Chiefs will be tested this week with a New England Patriots secondary that has been great for the majority of the season. The same can be said for New England who hasn’t been truly tested for the majority of the season outside of a pantsing courtesy of Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens. If this was a prop for most catches I would probably side with Edelman but with Hill’s big-play ability the yardage total could be lopsided.

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